On the second episode of Jesuit Autocomplete, Fr. Eric Sundrup and Fr. Paddy Gilger discuss what the pope thinks about hell, evolution, President Trump, Medjugorje, purgatory, and divorce:
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Pope Francis: “When this love fails – because many times it fails – we have to feel the pain of the failure, [we must] accompany those people who have had this failure in their love. Do not condemn. Walk with them.”
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